A Christian rap group that goes by the name We Are Watchmen embraced GOP presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in a brand new rap song "Set It on Fire."
The song focuses on politics and promotes conservative values such as limited government and personal responsibility.
"So, courageous conservatives! Rise up and roll out! All in the war (can we win?) No doubt!," the group sings in the bridge that is preceded by an endorsement for Cruz. more >>
Evangelical pastor Rick Warren remembered U2's tour manager Dennis Sheehan, who died suddenly on Wednesday, as a "calm and kind Christian man" and offered up prayers for him.
"U2's road manager for 33 years, the amazing Dennis Sheehan, died suddenly last night here in LA. Dennis was a calm and kind Christian man," the founder and senior pastor of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California, wrote on Facebook in a post entitled "Why I'm asking you to pray for U2 today."
Warren noted that U2 band members Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr. asked him to share quotes from Scripture, words of comfort, and pray with them before performing at their concert in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Just as the rock musicians were about to take the stage, Warren talked about his wife Kay's book, Choose Joy, which addresses the suicide of their son in 2013. The book encourages readers to find healing in God, and the pastor advised U2 to "choose joy" despite their sadness ahead of the show. more >>
If we look around the internet we can find videos that feature either a baby or an animal playing some sort of instrument. In this video, a one-baby band puts on a show all by himself … and it is precious!
This is going to be the curtest thing you have ever seen! A baby putting on a show all by himself and smiling while he does so. At only eight months old and this little boy is already an entertainer. In each part of the video this little guy manages to play several instruments. Piano, violin, guitar, drums, and many more.
Be sure to SHARE this with all your friends, it will make them very happy! Check out this video below: more >>
International evangelist Andrew Palau will be preaching the Good News, while popular local artists and other top-selling Christian singers provide good vibes in NYC's historic Harlem neighborhood this weekend.
Palau, who works with his father Luis Palau's ministry and is more frequently seen on the global stage, expressed excitement about the opportunity to deliver a Christian message twice in one day in the city known as the world's melting pot.
"We are so excited to share the Good News in the city in every neighborhood, in every borough, in every community," said Andrew Palau in a press release shared with The Christian Post. "This Saturday, we'll be in front of an incredibly diverse group of New Yorkers in Harlem and again in Manhattan, with all roads leading up to the July festival on the Great Lawn of Central Park." more >>
This young man, Drew Lynch, was once a stereotypical jock who bullied his way through life. Then he was hit in the head, and now has a permanent stutter. His story is now inspiring millions and making everyone laugh at the same time. WOW, he is awesome!
Believe it or not, the stutter has changed his life. Through this life-changing experience, he was able to find the light at the end of a dark tunnel. He now is using his gift of comedy to inspire people all around the world. During this performance you will feel many emotions and you may well laugh through your tears. We all may know of someone who has gone through a tough time with a disability and how hard it is for them to overcome. Please SHARE this video with anyone going through a tough time, it will lift their spirits up HIGH!
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Phil Thornton is doing more than just overseeing gospel artists as the vice president and general manager of Urban Inspirational at Entertainment One Music. The entertainment industry executive has found a way to bridge the gap between Christian culture and the secular world one music artist and television show at a time.
Thornton has helped redefine the figurative box that gospel music once occupied, helping to usher in new sounds with songs like Erica Campbell's "I Luh God" and the reunion of Destiny's Child members Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams on "Say Yes." The eOne executive remembers when "Say Yes," premiered on "Good Morning America" and even atheists were tweeting about wanting to buy the song on iTunes.
"If (people) bought nothing else gospel this whole year, the fact that they have a song on their iTunes or library celebrating Jesus, that's what it's all about. I want to make it feel cool, because it can," Thornton told The Christian Post. "It doesn't have to be downtrodden and stale. That's my goal is to keep providing great music and to give artists a platform to keep pushing their message and ministry." more >>